Missouri Schools Extend Partnership With Gaggle

The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) and Gaggle announced today that K-12 schools throughout the state are now eligible for a consortium discount on Gaggle Safety Management.
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The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) and Gaggle announced today that K-12 schools throughout the state are now eligible for a consortium discount on Gaggle Safety Management.

Gaggle Safety Management provides early warning detection of cyberbullying, self-harm, drug or alcohol use, pornography and other harmful situations. 

The renewed partnership coincides with last month’s news of Governor Jay Nixon signing a new law that requires school districts to adopt a youth suicide and cyberbullying prevention policy. All policies must require school district employees to report any instances of bullying of which they have firsthand knowledge. 

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